207th Bone is a collection of poetry about life in the city in modern China, about nature, sometimes very explicit and sexual, sometimes everyday—about love and death. It is about finding meaning among millions of people and finding love in loneliness. Zhou Li is a doctor as well as a poet, and the poems in his debut collection of poetry are short and simple, but have a lot to say. The book was translated by Xi Nan.
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